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Established in 1894, UW-Stevens Point is one of 11 comprehensive universities in a public higher education system that also includes two doctoral institutions and a statewide Extension. UW-Stevens Point enrolls approximately 8,300 undergraduate and graduate students across three campuses, with locations in Stevens Point, Marshfield and Wausau. UW-Stevens Point campuses offer a welcoming, supportive atmosphere focused on student success.


Located in the heart of Wisconsin, our three campuses offer a cozy Midwestern vibe. No matter what one you choose, you will always find a school that fits your lifestyle. Whether you love the city life, a small-town feel or recreation at your fingertips, you will find that and more when you choose to study at one of our campuses.
Stevens Point campus drone photo in fall.


A 406-acre campus, UW-Stevens Point includes the 280-acre Schmeeckle Reserve and a 25-acre lake. There are 15 academic buildings, 13 residence halls and three student centers. The newest is the Chemistry-Biology Building, opened in fall 2018 and designed as a “science-on-display” facility with state-of-the-art labs and equipment. Jenkins Theatre, Michelsen Hall and Edna Carlsten Gallery in the Noel Fine Arts Center bring theatre, music and visual art to the campus and community. The campus is located midway between Milwaukee and Minneapolis at the intersection of Interstate 39/Highway 51 and U.S. Highway 10.

Outside the Everett Roehl STEM Center building at UW-Stevens Point at Marshfield


A wooded, 114-acre campus located in a quiet residential area. The campus, formed in 1963, is west of downtown Marshfield, a community named one of the nation’s best small cities and home to one of the state’s largest health care providers, Marshfield Clinic. Campus amenities include the new state-of-the-art Everett Roehl STEM Center, 340-seat Helen Laird Theater, which hosts campus and community performances, and a 99-acre arboretum. The city of Marshfield is located nearly 40 miles northwest of Stevens Point.

Wausau main campus building outside on a sunny day.


An urban campus located in Wausau, Wis., adjacent to the 78-acre Marathon Park and walking distance from the city’s vibrant and historic downtown. Known for strong science, math, music and theatre offerings, the campus has been serving Wausau since 1933. Facilities include the James F. Veninga Theater, Ahrnsbrak Gallery and UW Center for Civic Engagement. The city of Wausau is 35 miles north of Stevens Point.

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The university also has three off-site natural resources research field stations: Central Wisconsin Environmental Station in Amherst Junction, Wis.; Schmeeckle Reserve in Stevens Point, Wis.; and Treehaven in Tomahawk, Wis. The Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility in Bayfield, Wis. offers hands-on learning through our biology program.

Central Wisconsin Environmental Station

The Central Wisconsin Environmental Station (CWES) is a 200-acre teaching and learning center located 17 miles east of Stevens Point on glacial Sunset Lake. Since 1975, we have been an integral part of the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point College of Natural Resources program and is staffed with professional natural resource and environmental educators.

Schmeeckle Reserve

Schmeeckle Reserve is a 280-acre conservancy area on the campus of UW-Stevens Point, set aside to protect natural communities of central Wisconsin. It is open to the public and serves as a unique gathering place for the community and university. Explore 5 miles of trails and boardwalks, a 24-acre lake, and a large diversity of habitats that support numerous wildlife species.


Treehaven is Wisconsin’s center for integrating natural resources education, management, research, and recreation.

Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility

NADF is a one-of-a-kind facility in the Midwest and joins only a handful in the U.S. The state-of the-art, dynamic facility, showcases new advances in aquaculture system technology such as sustainable land based recirculating aquaculture, while also providing traditional aquaculture systems such as flow through raceways and outdoor ponds for industry based research projects.

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